Lewis Hamilton hits out at booing fans after grabbing pole position for Hungarian GP

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Lewis Hamilton was booed by fans in attendance at the Hungarian Grand Prix after he secured pole position ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton. The F1 world champion hit out at the crowd and said it would fuel him to win tomorrow.

Johnny Herbert conducted the interview with Hamilton after speaking to Verstappen and Bottas and tried to get the fans to calm down.

Hamilton said: “It was an amazing qualifying lap and it has been amazing teamwork from everyone, Valtteri included, trying to push the car forward.

“They guys at the factory have not left any stone unturned. I’ve never felt so great with the booing [from the fans], I don’t mind it.

“The soft tyre is worth something like five metres into turn one, it was surprising to see everyone in the top 10 on the softs apart from us.

“I hope the weather is good for everyone, enjoy the sun and say safe.”

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